To help the living, India's hospitals need a uniform definition of death
Organ donations are hampered because of this ambiguity, says Dr Sunil Shroff.
Misbah-ul-Haq, it is time enough for you to retire. Leave them wanting more
‘Captain’ and ‘Pakistan’ attached to his name and his nature, he must let one go to serve the other.
Why Shashi Tharoor’s ‘An Era Of Darkness’ should be translated into every Indian language
The stories behind the story of Albert Camus’s ‘The Stranger’ (and how it came to be published)
With despair and disquiet (and some healing) from Assam, these stories marry fact to fiction
Now we know what Haruki Murakami thinks about when he thinks about music
The follow-up to 'The Little Prince' is a preachy self-help manual (and an insult to the original)
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From Hindi film music to raga-based symphonies, the remarkable journey of Anthony Gonsalves
The renowned musician, whose fifth death anniversary is on January 18, merged the Western classical music of his Goan heritage with Hindustani melodies.
'Is nationalism the new normal and can India make a difference – by being different?': S Jaishankar
Full text of the speech by Foreign Secretary at Second Raisina Dialogue in New Delhi.
Suicide of engineering student blows the lid off the rot in Kerala’s private colleges
Students complain of mental, physical and sexual harassment by college managements.
INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC
Shamsuddin Faridi Desai's virtuosity is on display as he performs Raag Darbari on the rudra veena
Amir Khan sings raags Nand Kalyan and Rageshree in his inimitable style
Listen: Prabha Atre sings a quicksilver tarana
Revisiting the magic of AIR's National Programme of Music
Listen: Decoding the shruti, the smallest detectable note in Indian classical music
How the new king of Pakistani rap was discovered at a fair in Balochistan
Abid Brohi worked as a cloth salesman, a snack-seller and a labourer before he became a rapper.
Watch: Modi needs only one hand to spin khadi thread, while Gandhi and everyone else needs two
Another twist in the continuing saga of the spin.
Muslim man's murder: India's courts simply don't punish hate speech with the severity it merits
A Bombay High Court judge granting bail to three murder accused said that she considered the fact that the victim was Muslim a point in their favour.
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